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Arrangements are still being made between the relatives of a 12-year-old school boy and the office of Police Commissioner Gary Griffith for a meeting. Griffith may have a discussion with the juvenile, and possibly arrange counselling. Griffith expressed an interest in meeting the boy, who was...
TWO inter-island ferries "conked out" yesterday, Tobago House of Assembly (THA) minority leader Watson Duke alleged. But Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan said mechanical issues are not unusual and the vessels were soon up and running again. At a briefing at his Public Services...
Two Valsayn men ages 56 and 40, three others from Arima and Arouca, and two Venezulean women detained in a drug bust in Valsayn remained at separate police stations in the northern division where they are being questioned. The five accused men and two women have not been answering questions posed...
Relatives of 21-year-old murder victim Darrien Reyes say he was threatened repeatedly by criminals in La Romaine. Speaking with Newsday at the Forensic Science Centre, St James, Reyes' aunt, Natasha Reyes said while her nephew was far from perfect, he was not involved in any robberies, and she...
Justice Frank Seepersad has delivered his ruling in the multi- million-dollar lawsuit brought by gymnast Thema Williams against the TT Gymnastics Federation (TTGF). In a written decision this morning, the judge ordered the TTGF to compensate Williams for its decision to withdraw her from...
Penal police are searching for a man and several accomplices for the brutal rape of a Venezuelan woman who was left in the Morne Diablo forest after the assault. The alleged victim was medically examined and is undergoing counselling. Around 6 am on Saturday the woman was invited to the Morne...
INNOVATORS can bring to life local or Caribbean characters to rival Spider-Man, the X-men and the Incredible Hulk in years to come, says Trade and Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon. She was delivering an address at the opening night of the 17th edition of Animae Caribe 2018 held last Monday at...
It’s a Marionettes’ Christmas. For 55 years, the chorale begins its festive season with its Christmas concert. The concert is not its only reason to celebrate. The choir was recently invited to perform at New York City’s Carnegie Hall in a massed choir production of Grammy-award winning composer...
A team of second-year students from the Hugh Wooding Law School (HWLS) debated their way to victory at the finals of the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) of TT’s national debate competition. The finals were held at the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business on November 15. The students...
FIFTY Primary Schools teams comprising boys and girls between the ages nine to 13 participated on the second day of the Scotiabank CONCACAF NextPlay Cup at the TTFA Home of Football training fields on Saturday morning. One of the new Home of Football training pitches was put to use for the first...

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